Evening meditation time. I’m quite grateful my dear boyfriend drove me the 1 hr each way to the meeting for this writing group; I have an injured toe and couldn’t have made it otherwise. I even had time for a nap before my art group meeting in the evening. I’m so thankful I have these creative support systems in my life. They inspire me. #namaste What are you grateful for today?
Woo hoo! A writing group I run, the Sutton Writing Group, just got front-page coverage in the Blackstone Valley Tribune! To read the article online, just click on the Blackstone Valley Tribune on their homepage and then click on the latest issue. It should come up as a PDF file. We’re always open to having new writers join us!
Evening meditation time. Tonight was a wonderful writing group meeting with a special visit by the Enchanted Passage bookstore owners. They’re great to authors! So grateful. #namaste
I’m entering a Fantasy cover contest and can only submit one of my covers. It has to be released in 2017, which excludes a number of my series. Which should I choose, Cinderella or Cordelia?
Evening meditation time – I had a great author event this afternoon at Annie’s Book Stop in Worcester. So grateful for the support of the authors in my group and for Annie’s for hosting us. They’re now carrying my Sutton mystery series! 🙂 #namaste
What are you grateful for tonight?
I enjoyed my full yoga routine plus some hula hoop time afterwards. My foot is continuing to heal! Hurrah! Now I’m sorting through the photos from my wonderful trip to the Peabody Museum of Native American history on Wed. Just all sorts of amazing items there. Highly recommended. I can use this material for two separate books – my book on Native American traditions and my next Art Theft Mystery book. Heck, plus I can add more details to my Wyoming series which features a pair of Native American heroines. #namaste
What are you up to today?
Evening meditation time. I had an awesome day! Bob drove me in to Cambridge & dropped me off. I enjoyed the Peabody Native American museum which gave me material both for my Native American traditions book and for my next museum mystery book. I then was interviewed on live TV. After that Bob drove back in again, picked me up, and we ate at the Rosebud Diner (an authentic Worcester Lunch Car diner) so I can now write book 11 in my diner mystery series. Tons of progress! :). What are you grateful for today?
I’ve finally bundled up books 21-31 in my Destiny Time Travel series into a box set! It should be live soon :).
What are you guys working on today?
My poison ivy swollen foot is in pain from sitting for too long. I’m heading back to bed! I’ll curl up with my laptop and write book 8 in my Cozy Mystery Zoo series. It’s based on the trip down to Tampa with my sis, Jenn, to visit our other sis who just had a baby. Here Jenn is feeding a giraffe – it was tons of fun! What are you guys up to?
More great news, the awesome narration for my River Jordan Biblical story is now live! I just love the way this narrator reads the story. Give it a listen!